Seydou Keïta, ‘Sans titre (13132)’, ca. 1950, Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Seydou Keïta, ‘Sans titre (13132)’, ca. 1950, Galerie Nathalie Obadia
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Seydou Keïta

Sans titre (13132), ca. 1950

Posthumous Gelatin black and white silver print on cartoline paper 280g, anti-reflective and anti-UV glass framed (
25 4/5 × 21 7/10 × 1 3/10 in
65.5 × 55 × 3.4 cm
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Paris, Brussels , Geneva
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Seydou Keïta
Malian, 1921–2001
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In 1948, Seydou Keïta opened a portrait studio in which he would capture a Bamako society teetering …

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In 1948, Seydou Keïta opened a portrait studio in which he would capture a Bamako society teetering on the brink of post-colonialism. Whether of individuals or families, a sense of formality pervades each black-and-white photograph, which Keïta would take in a single shot, directing his subjects to hold distinct poses …

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Seydou Keïta, ‘Sans titre (13132)’, ca. 1950, Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Seydou Keïta, ‘Sans titre (13132)’, ca. 1950, Galerie Nathalie Obadia
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Seydou Keïta
Malian, 1921–2001
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In 1948, Seydou Keïta opened a portrait studio in which he would capture a Bamako society teetering …

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In 1948, Seydou Keïta opened a portrait studio in which he would capture a Bamako society teetering on the brink of post-colonialism. Whether of individuals or families, a sense of formality pervades each black-and-white photograph, which Keïta would take in a single shot, directing his subjects to hold distinct poses …

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Seydou Keïta

Sans titre (13132), ca. 1950

Posthumous Gelatin black and white silver print on cartoline paper 280g, anti-reflective and anti-UV glass framed (
25 4/5 × 21 7/10 × 1 3/10 in
65.5 × 55 × 3.4 cm
Contact For Price
location
Paris, Brussels , Geneva
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